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Oct 16, 2011 8:00am PDT
playing of dr. king's "i have a dream" speech in its entirety. the king family has approved its use for this one event. the president will speak the end transto the memorial, a small area that only accommodates a small number of vips. the general public is assembled in a field with its own stage and jumbo trans. since early morning they have been listening to music and speeches pie some of the people closest to dr. king. cnn's joe johns is down at the memorial dedication site. joe, i've been listening to the speeches that i could listen to. it seems a little bit from the podium a mixture of remembrance, looking ahead and a sprinkle of politics thrown in there. set the scene for us. >> reporter: you certainly got all of that right, candy. we're seeing a bit of the past, the present, and perhaps the future of both the civil rights movement, the social just movement, and some politics, frankly, thrown in there. and as you said, we are sort of awaiting the appearance of the person who is probably one of the greatest beneficiaries of all of the legacy of martin luther king jr. that would
Oct 30, 2011 8:00am PDT
about us, is privacy passe? why is blogger jeff jarvis revealing so much about his personal life? we'll ask him. i'm howard kurtz, and this is "reliable sources." >>> every week it seems there's another one, and there are at least a dozen more to go -- televised drama featuring mit and rick and herman and newt and michele and the rest of the gang. but these primetime programs, are they really about chris wallace and anderson cooper and wolf blitzer and brian williams and charlie rose? >> it's time now to meet the 2012 republican presidential contenders. >> here's the format for our debate tonight. >> let's get to it and meet the candidates. >> good evening, candidates. we're going to get right to it tonight. >> the next question is for you -- >> we debate this evening about spending and taxes. >> it's no secret that rick perry has had a tough time during the debates and his campaign has been hinting that he might just take a pass in the future. >> these debates are set up for nothing more than to tear down the candidates. it's hard to lay out your ideas and concepts with a one-minute
Oct 2, 2011 8:00am PDT
to run. >> so why can't the news business take no for an answer? joining us in washington, lauren ashburn, former managing editor of "usa today" and contributor to "huffington post." david frum of and john avlon, senior political cluft eliminate for "japaneseweek" and "the daily beast." -- "newsweek" and "the daily beast." lauren ashburn, what does it say did the state of campaign coverage that so many journalists are -- i'm not going to shy away from this -- panting for chris christie to run? >> we are a.d.d., that's all i can say. you know, everybody in the news business will admitted lie say we have attention deficit disorder. if somebody new pops on to the screen, my gosh, the cameras turn immediately to that person. we get bored with romney and perry and bachmann. we know their story! we get bored with people running for people. christie himself pointed to the political man the gentleman. we plied -- plan the gentleman. he played that where he said no way, i'll kill miemz first. the coverage is will he or won't be as opposed to his record as governor. >> in defense, it
Oct 23, 2011 8:00am PDT
too late. others asking why the u.s. was involved at all in another war. >> he doesn't believe america's role ought to be the leadership role. really have no intention of enforcing a threat that gadhafi will be removed. >> it is about making sure gadhafi goes, except it is not about making sure he goes. we're not clear why we are fighting, who exactly we are fighting with, who the rebels are that we're fighting for, what a no fly zone accomplishes. >> now that the rebels won and moammar gadhafi has been killed, is the press giving credit for pulling it off? here is a story. for obama, some indication of his much criticized approach to war is on the bottom of the pamg. joining us in washington, amy holmes, and bill novak, and terence smith, former media correspondent for pbs news hour. terry, the media wallowed for months in criticism of the libya policy. why don't they stop now, give some credit to the president when a brutal regime is toppled and the policy is successful. >> they should and i suspect they will. wallow is your verb. much of it reflected the public and wider view beyond
Oct 9, 2011 11:00am EDT
running, unless your goal is to avoid reporters. joining us now here in washington, nia malika-hernandez, national political reporter for the "washington post." robert costa, reporter for "national review." and bill press, host of radio syndicated "bill press show." why do so many journalist participate in the pretense that maybe, maybe sarah palin might run for president next year? >> i want to tell you the secret about us. we are not a disinterested party in politics. we want it to be exciting. we want colorful candidates. and we have -- >> the entertainment value, you're saying? >> partly that. look, we have columns to write. i have three hours of talk radio to fill every day, right? we have tv shows to anchor and to be guests on. and sarah palin keeps it interesting. so we're disappointed. >> you get points for candor. he apparently loves to needle the press. it is columnists and pundits and talk show host who kept her in the headlines until now. >> i disagree that it was reporter driven. i was one of those following her for weeks in iowa. she had a big bus tour, making spe
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